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Synonyms for exponentiation

the process of raising a quantity to some assigned power

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The precision required in a filtration marker, such as creatinine and cystatin C, for reliable GFR estimation maybe higher than for risk prediction because they are incorporated into equations which then exponentiate the measure.
For interval and ratio variables, one needs to exponentiate the coefficient and then take it to the power of the desired category.
log[p/l-p]), we exponentiate the parameters to obtain relative risk ratios (RRRs; see Stata Corporation, 1996).
We exponentiate the coefficients from these models to obtain odds ratios, or the odds of responding that one would be less likely to work for such a company relative to the reference group.
Sum those differences over j = 1 through k, and exponentiate to get the survivor function.
In some methods we exponentiate an element of some group and hope the size of that group will be smooth.
The retransformation of the predicted annual total cost is necessary because our model is log-linear with the Ln of annual total costs as the dependent variable, and to simply exponentiate the predicted logged total costs would result in a biased predictor.
Comment: This version explains the association between number of children and disenrollment without requiring viewers to exponentiate the log-hazard in their heads to assess the size and direction of that association.